On average, teachers across the U.S. spend approximately $479 on classroom supplies each year, according to a 2018 study by the National Center of Education Statistics. The Institute for Interdisciplinary STEM Education at Georgia Southern University is helping reduce this burden for teachers in southeast Georgia with the School Outreach Program, a lending membership program that provides STEM and social studies materials for K-12 classrooms.
Beginning in Fall 2020 Georgia Southern University will offer its first fully online Master of Public Health degree with a concentration in applied public health.
Exceptional teacher candidates studying in Georgia Southern University’s College of Education will soon have the opportunity to apply for a paid residency program with Savannah-Chatham County Public School System starting as early as Fall 2020.
“Bedtime Stories,” a multimedia visiting artists exhibition from the Widow Maker Collective in Savannah, Georgia, is currently on display at Georgia Southern University’s Center for Art and Theatre on the Statesboro Campus through Feb. 7. On Jan. 16, the center will host an artist’s talk at 5 p.m. in the Arts Building followed by a reception in the Contemporary Gallery from 6-7 p.m.
Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art senior Kimberly Barron was one of 21 artists selected for a national juried exhibition titled, “Pretty and Peculiar,” hosted by the Fe Gallery in Sacramento, California.